Voters walk pass a Ted Cruz sign at a Republican U.S. presidential caucus in Salt Lake City, Utah March 22, 2016. REUTERS/Jim Urquhart
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U.S. Republican presidential candidate Ted Cruz showed some fight on Wednesday after his win in Utah despite front-runner Donald Trump's victory in Arizona, giving hope to establishment Republicans who fear Trump will ruin the party in the race for the White House.Clinton seized on the attacks to argue neither Trump nor Cruz can be trusted to lead the fight against ISIS militants.The Cruz win in Utah's caucuses gave hope to Republicans who fear Trump's proposal to deport 11 million illegal immigrants and build a wall on the U.S. border with Mexico would guarantee Democrats keep the White House.Cruz appeared to be on track to win all of Utah's 40 Republican delegates. In Utah, Cruz appeared to benefit from Mormons who dominate the state's Republican vote and rejected Trump's attack on native son Mitt Romney, the 2012 Republican nominee and a leader of the opposition to Trump.
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